Kashmir: Army's quick intervention saves two people from drowning

The Indian Army saved two people from drowning after their vehicle was washed away in the Marau River near Nawapachi village in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar district. Sajid Ahmad Mir, an Anantnag resident, and Mushtaq Ahmad, a Ramban resident, were in the JCB when it was washed away and sunk. On the riverbank, the two were at work. The vehicle was swept away for about 500 meters downstream due to the swift current of the river. An army column from Nawapachi post rushed to the scene after receiving this detail. With the assistance of police and local citizens, the troops conducted a rescue mission. They were able to pull the pair alive from the submerged vehicle after 90 minutes of effort.

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